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this here? >> rose cats and i am a resident of glen park and a frequent user of the park. i have already submitted my written comments. i would just like to you a, deny the appeal. >> next speaker, please. >> good evening, my name is maria monodory, i am a city resident and thank you board members for hearing us, i have three remarks. the large old trees, have enormous crowns that slt leafy portion where the photo synthesis occurs, on the surface of every leaf are pores to which carbon dioxide is pulled out of the atmosphere, they are like natural vacuums that move the pollution from the air. they plan to cut down 190 trees over all in the multiple projects for glen park. which will result in more pollution to the debt triment to all of us in the city. just think of how that will effect the children with asthma. park and rec say that these trees will be replaced by seedings. how many seedings would actually replace the function of one large tree? 50? 100? there is not enough land to substitute, 100 seedings for one tree. the roots of the tree burrow deep into the earth serving for protec
the air. they plan to cut down 190 trees over all in the multiple projects for glen park. which will result in more pollution to the debt triment to all of us in the city. just think of how that will effect the children with asthma. park and rec say that these trees will be replaced by seedings. how many seedings would actually replace the function of one large tree? 50? 100? there is not enough land to substitute, 100 seedings for one tree. the roots of the tree burrow deep into the earth serving for protection against the erosion, if they were cut the space for the tennis courts the roots will die and the hill will slide down right under the courts. what is the point of spending millions of dollars that the city doesn't have to move a set of perfectly functional tennis courts? the tree serve as habitat for many of the canyon lines wild life from spiders and bugs to owls and where will the animals go. they are part of the natural landscape that so many of us love. we have many developed parks in the city. but only one wild canyon. it is a treasure, so please leave it as it is.
. >> my name is mike walcul and i leave on par dies avenue right across from glen canyon park where i have been living all of my life born and raised across from the park and about the subject of the trees, i have seen with some of those trees have come down and it was an act of god and no one has been hurt or killed. especially in these times when years when you have an el nino year where you can have the storms and the trees come down before anybody realizes what is going on, the next thing you are dead and something should be done. some of those trees are dangerous, it doesn't matter what anybody says, some of those trees are dangerous and just a matter of time before somebody gets hurt or worse or yet killed. >> i just wanted to say, allow this work to be done over here in glen canyon park. a lot of that should have been done years ago and everything. that is why the place is in bad shape from years of neglect. because nobody at rec and park or city hall really cared about showing an interest in glen park when things are like deteriorating with the rec center building. and the thing ab
. poor suitbility is not hazardous. the rec and parks assessment for glen canyon only identified one, high risk tree for removal with the renovation project. it is the other assessment called for the suitbility that is removing the remainder of the trees. so, we respectfully request that the board of appeals revoke the building permit for any work on the hillside. there isn't conclusive proof of compliance with the state and environmental regulations for any such work in the hillside. once the 130--year-old trees are gone, they are gone forever, along with much of the loved character of glen canyon park. thank you. >> okay. we are hearing from the department, now. rec and parks? >> >> hello, i am karin mondiborda c, i am the deputy director and the project manager for the glen park project and i am pleased to be here to have the opportunity to respond to this appeal and provide information on this important project. >> glen canyon park is an extremely special and diverse environment with the mix of natural amendties and others. >> the challenge that the public has before them with an
is it is killing glen park and destroying while life habitat. the permit says that they have the exemption because the work will not be done in the areas but on the... and it is totally untrue. the removal of the trees which are under the construction must not be attached to the center project at all. this project will be wasting tax payer money on building a new entrance, and the hills and trees and planting native gardens instead of using this money to work on the recreation center filled with the play grounds and playing hills. it was a half a million, ad promotes. the process did not actually consume the neighbor's information was withheld from the community. in the information provided was... and will be doing the presentation. >> so, i am also a park user and i would like to say thank you for hearing the appeal and considering our concerns. it is absolutely not correct that spending a half million dollars for a repeated community workshops replaces the compliance with the environmental control regulations. the workshops are more about marketing a product, rather than the project so that they
park down by the playground, but all of the people surrounding all of glen canyon, if you have ever driven down oshanasy, you know that the canyon is huge and it needs its mature healthy trees. i am curious to know of those 58 in this initial plan that are to be removed, how many of those are hazardous? >> how many are mature healthy trees that have no need to be removed on the hillside? i don't think that anybody objects to the fact that the rec center needs all kinds of work. you know, kristin grew up there, all three of my kids were campers, she was a jr. counselor for silver tree and they grew up in that canyon and she learned what a possum was and there is so much wild life now and i am not a grandmother, i am a great grandmother and i want to be able to take my kids and grandkids all the way back through the canyon under the trees. i also very quickly i feel that not enough out reach was done on the heights part of this project because i live in glen ridge and it is a cooperative and it is comprised of 275 units throughout diamond heights including berkeley way that overlooks
glen park two blocks for 40 years. i support the plan and i urge you to deny the appeal before you and to grant the permit. to understand, community support for this project is important that you look at the minutes of much more recent meetings than the one that was just referred to recently. when i walk through the recreation center part of this park, he can see the very real need for better picnic and safer play and accessible rest rooms and a safe and welcoming park entrance, i also support the landscaping plan ta that is associated with this project. there is so much focus on the tree removal and we have ignored the rich pallet that has been proposed. although it is not an ecological project, it still does offer an opportunity to increase the biological diversity of our park and neighborhood and to offer environmental education opportunities. not everyone agrees that no tree should ever be removed for any reason unless it poses an immediate hazard to life or property. trees stand very often need to be thinned for their own health and longevitity. we absolutely need trees, inclu
project would not involve any work in the glen canyon park natural area. it wasn't... it was with that in mind, presumably and based on that information, that the planning commission, awarded the contract in august. and it is only after this appeal was filed, that the planning department realizes oops, in fact we are doing this in the natural areas. this is something that was completely under the radar, it was not disclosed to the public and it was not disclosed to anybody. and so to accuse these people of delaying when it was not really until october that somehow everybody came to the realization that this was in the natural areas is really unfair to the opponents to this project and to suggest that the opponents of this project have to file another appeal, oh, no, you are not the ones who get to decide this, although i thing that the charter requires you to resolve these issues because it is not in the best interest of the public that this goes forward as planned. but to suggest that they have to go forward to the board of supervisors that would bring more delay
and i think that, i'm... i love to play tennis, i am a user of glen park and the canyon and i have small children and i love the wildness also. there are a lot of things that need to and have apparently gone into consideration but it has not in my opinion been sufficient. at the same time, i'm again, we are ham strung to address those issues here. so that is where i will end my comments. >> i am sorry. we are in deliberation, so this is if we have a motion? >> i move to deny the appeal and grant the permit. >> is there a basis upon which you would like to make that motion? i know that it has been stated that there was a sufficient public process. >> i think that let's make it simple and just say that based on its co-compliance. >> okay, thank you. >> do we have a motion then from the vice president to up hold this permit on the basis that it is co-compliant. >> on that motion, president hwang? >> aye. >> commissioner hurtado? >> aye. >> commissioner lazarus? >> aye. >> thank you, the vote is 4-0. the permit is upheld on that basis. >> if you have a process question, you may address the s
department of parks and recreation for glen canyon loopside project. >> thank you, we have lisa wayne. >> tony moran, the grant manager. i will present the grant. i'm here to present to accept and expend habitat conservation fund grant for glen canyon creek side loop trail. also to authorize director of real estate to file a memorandum of unrecorded grant agreement on the trail portion of the park. the glen canyon creekside trail is part of the 2008 clean and safe neighborhood park bond trail program. the intention of the 2008 park bond is to leverage bond funds to secure additional grant funding. this grant is one of three that will provide additional funding to trail projects identified in the 2008 bond. in 2010 and 2011 the recreation park department and trust republic land held a series of meetings regarding improvements to glen canyon park. this project is the as a result of that public process. the content plan for the glen canyon trail system, which includes creek side trail loop was approved by recreation park commission in august of 2011. we expect the bid and award for this
of violence around delores park last year. there have been robberies in glen park and parts of the valley. there have been shootings in diamond heights. one of the challenges is making sure that the police department understands that even though we may not have the same crime levels as some neighborhoods, we still need attention from the police department. >> let's talk about the city's economic development. are we on the right track? what would you like to change about the approach to developing the economy? >> we are getting better. the city as got more proactive about attracting businesses and new industries and providing incentives for them to come and stay here. it is still a very expensive place to do business in terms of the cost of labor, land. we need to make sure that we are not taxing businesses to the point that it is not profitable and we are not attractive for them to be here. we need to reform our payroll tax. that is an incentive not to create jobs. i know the board president david chu is working on possibility this there -- possibilities there. i look forward to working w
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for the recreation and park department and have a grant in the amount of $164,000 from the park and recreation for the glen canyon creekside loop trail project for the term of july 1st, 2011 through this time. >> supervisor. >> there are some technical amendments and i would like them circulated. >> there are technical amendments. moved and seconded. colleagues can we take those? same house, same call. without objection. item 11. >> listen item is resolution for the district attorney to expand the grant up to 86,000 allocated from the california compensation victims board for the program july 12012 through june 30, 2013. >> same house, same call. this is adopted. item 12. >> is for the fiscal year consolidated plan goals from the federal government for the community block grant, and the emergency solutions grant and opportunities for persons with aids grant. >> same house, same call. this resolution is adopted. item 13. >> item 13 is for work force and development in grant from the u.s. department of labor pass us through the california employment department for the will disability init
and glen canyon park. they are -- there are plans for trail reconstruction and golden gate and john mclaren park. >>> 7:21. well, temperatures are -- it's kind of chilly out there. grab a coat if you learn this morning because a storm is getting closer. that will give you a taste of what's on our way. mark's here. he will tell you where the winds are picking and when we'll get rain. >>> an apology to a woman sexually abused after controversial language was written in a defense filing. >>> good morning. northbound and southbound 101 in san francisco looking good. but we have problems in the east bay and also in the south bay to tell you about. >>> 7:24. an hour from now, a southern california man is due in court accused of the stabbing death of a retired high school teacher in -- retired school teacher in hercules. darnell washington, 24 years old, faces nine counts in connection with the murder of 55-year-old susie koe. washington is expected to enter a plea. he's accused of killing her at a carjacking at her home last month. prosecutors say this capped off a crime spree that began wi
inside. it all happened near the corner of west tenth street and glen view drive just after midnight. police say the suspect shot an empty parked car, then fired at least one shot into a house. still unclear if anyone was hurt. now looking for an older red honor honda civic. anyone with information should call gilroy police. >>> we have learned the teenager accused of a crime spree will now be tried as an adult. he will be in court today, facing a list of charges, including murder, robbery and attempted murder of a peace officer. police say the man and a 26-year-old man robbed four businesses and killed a man during a car jacking. they also allegedly shot at a police officer. >>> a san jose school bus driver being hailed as a hero this morning. bus driver wilma acosta saw flames shooting out of the engine. she went to the back of the bus where one student was in a wheelchair. she tried to lower the ramp but couldn't because the fire had knocked out the electronics. she carried the 95 pound middle school student off the bus to safety. >> the fire person in charge came up to me and sai
to clean up homeless camps like the one across from hollow park. officials estimate it will take $1 million to do the job by june. many argue encampment locations are affecting city waterways because of the discarded litter. 58-year-old glen meyers who is homeless doesn't understand why the city wants to get rid of the encampments. >> why? why? people have to live somewy . >> san jose council member says getting rid of homeless encampments makes sense for public safety and environmental reason. >> they cause environmental issues because most of the large encampments are near the waterways and certainly there's a lot of runoff, a lot of waste that runs off in to the streams, a lot of trash and so on. then you also have the issue of some of the encampments getting close to neighborhoods and schools. >> the city's goal is to develop a strategy to provide outreach to the homeless, offer them housing options, store their belongings and reduce litter. for some homeless people like ray, being homeless is something he enjoys and doesn't look forward to any housing options. >> i wanted to be homele
tracking due to an earlier problem out of the glen mont station. that's due to trouble we had at rhode island avenue. on the beltway, lanes are open from college park around to connecticut avenue. reports of a stalled vehicle. nothing is popping up on our screen. quiet coming in out of laurel. traffic will slow closer to fair oaks. that's a check of your fox 5 on time traffic. >> thanksgiving is one week away from today. ready or not, it's a time for family gathering. for some, the family can't be together because a parent is incarcerated. >> the hope house of dc has come up for a way for men to connect with their kids over the holidays and all year long. >> reporter: at the longview gallery the walls are adorned with murals made by children with their fathers who won't come here to be able to see them. their dads are in prison and for a long time. >> it was good to see him after months and months without seeing him. >> these depict the perfect day for father and child if they could be together. 10 year old jiyah dreams of having her dad watch her win a gold medal. >> make it to one of
and glen more drive. for about a city block it's closed. that is because they are investigating this shooting that happened in the apartment complex where you see all those police cars parked. this happened at 11:00 last night. they received a call from a woman two told dispatchers her husband was attacking her roommate. he was chasing one of them with a knife. when police aryed they found the woman and roommate fleeing the apartment and found the man chasing them. police tell us he was naked and holding a knife and that is when officers told the man to drop the knife. he didn't and so that is why officers felt that they had to shoot him. we're not -- we're unsure how many times he was shot. we are told he died of his injuries. at this point we foe that two officers who were involved in that shooting are now paid administrative leave. we are being told one has been with the department for three years the other one has been with the department 20 plus years. these other officers that are on the scene again are still gathering evidence, talking to witnesses, really still trying to
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